Strong storms swept through the Hudson Valley early Friday evening, with the heaviest hit areas north of Interstate 84.
A new round of thunderstorms on Saturday could be more widespread.
"Through Saturday night, the greatest threat from the storms will be for localized damaging winds and perhaps flash flooding," according to AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Brian Thompson.
A small number of the strongest storms may bring hail, AccuWeather said, noting isolated tornadoes could also be spawned. However, the overall threat for tornadoes is low.
Storms are most likely Saturday around 3 p.m. and again around 8 p.m.
Sunday will be mostly sunny and warmer, with a high in the upper-80s.
Monday and Tuesday (Independence Day) will mainly sunny days with high temps each day in the mid-80s. There is a slight chance thunderstorms in the late afternoon or early evening Monday.
There is currently no chance for any storms on Independence Day.
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